Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Sketch Challenge at Riley and Company

Hello!  How is the beginning of fall treating everyone?  It has been pretty hectic here with school (work) starting for me and the kids.  We are also trying to finish up our wood pile for the winter, along with baseball and softball still!  Eek!

At Riley and Company this week Heather has challenged us to use the following sketch along with a Riley image or Funnybones sentiment.


For my card I have used Funnybones sentiment "I've lost my mind..."  that you can find HERE at the Riley and Company Store.


Care to join us?  Add your card to the challenge on the Riley and Company blog.  Have a great week!

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

It's one layer time at Riley and Company!


I was so happy that Vera decided on this challenge for us ladies over at Riley and Company.  I absolutely love one layer cards!  Sometimes I have a hard time with them, but I love the challenge of making the simple look amazing!

I hope I have done that here with Hammock Riley:


You can find Hammock Riley HERE at the Riley and Company Store.  The Funnybones sentiment is called Money Doesn't Buy Happiness and you can find that HERE.

Make sure you head on over to the other blogs to check out what my teamies have made!

Frances          Heather
Jackie            Joy
Kelli           Kerin
Monica         Sandye
Stephanie          Vera 

I would like to add this card to the following challenges:
Our Creative Corner - Summertime
Open-Minded Crafting - Last Days of Summer
Love to Scrap! Challenge - anything goes

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

My first time as Hostess!

Yup, you heard right!  It's my first time hosting over at the Riley and Company Blog!  I am challenging the team to make a card or project with an outdoor/summer sports theme!  This is perfect, because it helps me make a card that showcases all that I have been bringing my kids to for the WHOLE summer!


I have used Baseball Riley that you can find HERE at the Riley and Company Store.  I colored him with the team colors, and made the word "star" with die cuts to represent the All-Star team.  I love how this card came out, and may make a few more for thank you gifts!


Check out the blog and then head on over to these lovely ladies blogs and see what they have to offer:

Frances          Heather
Jackie            Joy
Kelli           Kerin
Monica         Sandye
Stephanie          Vera 


HAVE A SUPER FABULOUS WEEK!